PLEASE PAY ATTENTION – multiple areas which were warned in the Earthquake forecast are now being hit.
The seismic pressure is spreading , and will hit the West coast of the United States in the next few days.
Be on watch for larger activity than normal with at least one M5.0+ possible off the NW Coast of California, could possibly be larger.
Full video here:
November 3, 2017
Japan, and the Northwest Pacific has been hit by new larger earthquake activity as expected.
In addition to Japan, the West coast of the United States is on earthquake watch for M5.0+ activity, and we may be looking at another large earthquake in the West Pacific (new caledonia) on the list in the next few days.
The new round of movement struck while we were doing the Japan portion of the broadcast on the live stream.
Keep in mind, Japan was warned a full day before this earthquake occurred. The warning was done on live stream video for the whole world to possibly get the warning via a video .
The seismic activity which struck Japan over the past 24 hours has transferred directly North – coming from Guam and Taiwan – and impacting off the Coast of Honshu, as well as Hokkaido.
One day ago, a day prior to this movement in Japan, there were two sets of earthquakes (Guam + Taiwan) to the South of Japan which put M5.0+ pressure to the North onto Hokkaido.
After Guam was hit, we issued this video also warning Japan:
In addition to the above video, the seismic pressure coming from the South was a topic of discussion in the Japan warning text alert which was also issued one day before this happened.
The pressure is spreading across the plate, now filling into the Northwest Pacific near Japan, Taiwan, Kuril Islands, and Kamchatka — will it head to the Aleutian islands next, or stay in Japan for a new round of larger activity?
Those questions cannot be easily answered in typed form, it must be explained visually.
Please, watch the update video to get a better idea of the current situation as it stands now on November 3, 2017.
Remember, don’t be scared, be prepared!
Knowledge is power.